Jammu and Kashmir Government Terminates Services of 23 ReT Teachers over ‘Invalid’ Certificates
The Jammu and Kashmir Government has terminated the services of 23 ReT (Rehbar-e-Taleem) teachers from different districts of Jammu division over invalid qualification certificates acquired from unrecognised boards.
The order was issued by the Director School Education Jammu, Ravi Shankar Sharma, who stated that the certificates were acquired from boards which have not been granted equivalence by the J&K Board of School Education.
A committee was constituted to review the pending regularization cases of ReT teachers, and during the meeting of the ReT verification committee held on February 7, 2023, it was observed that the 23 teachers had acquired their qualification from unrecognised boards. These boards have not been recognised by the Council of Boards of School Education (COBSE) in India.
Consequently, the committee recommended the immediate termination of the services of the 23 ReT teachers as they do not possess the requisite qualification certificates.
In view of the committee’s recommendations, the Director School Education Jammu has directed the Chief Education Officer of Jammu, Reasi, Doda, Kishtwar and Rajouri districts to disengage the services of these teachers immediately and intimate his office accordingly.Facebook or follow us on Twitter and Instagram. Subscribe us on Telegram and never miss a update!
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